Can You See The Patterns Of Superior Performance And Health?
by Mark Cammack May 17, 2018
This photo is of an athlete with many affectors acting in and upon them. It is only when we see the total person in the total environment that we can achieve optimal performance and health. To have advanced abilities we must be aware of important patterns that have previously gone unnoticed.
We have two important factors at work. One is the rate of learning, the other is awareness of what is happening in our environment. An event gives a result. It may be positive or negative. If we enjoy a good meal, we know immediately. If we drop a hammer on our foot, we soon feel it. What would happen if we experienced pleasure from the meal a week later? Or if the hammer were dropped and we did not feel it until six months afterwards?
The associations we make between events may not be apparent if there is too much of a delay. Our daily life often depends upon immediate feedback. There are many results that take time to arrive, however. If we are exercising our body, how do we know we will get the conditioning or appearance we want? We often have seen others perform a training program and are basing our expectations on their result. Our outcome may be entirely different. The reason is in affector awareness. We must know what is affecting our own unique bodies and how they interact with unique environments over time. A fancy term for our uniqueness is bioindividuality, and we may see up to a 20-fold difference between people in specific needs. For example, this can occur with vitamins.
If you take in your surroundings at this moment, what is there? What do you see, hear, smell, or feel? We never experience reality directly. We perceive it through our eyes, ears, nose, and fingers, and all of that is in the form of energy and frequencies. It is interpreted by our amazing brains. What we actually sense is very limited compared to what exists. There are sounds above and below what we can hear. The same is true for light and other types of radiation. Yet, just because we do not sense it, does not mean it does not have an effect on us. It may or may not. If it does have an effect, it is an affector according to H.P.E., and we need to know about it.
Photo is a derived work © Copyright 2018-2019 Mark Cammack. All rights reserved. The original picture is graciously provided by Brian Erikson.
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